You deal directly with an execution-only broker and your orders go straight to the market in all asset classes - eliminating any conflict of interest.
We choose to keep our clients assets only with the largest and regulated financial institutions in EU, US and Singapore.
Once you become our client, you may easily switch between platforms, markets and instruments worldwide. Make your portfolio absolutely customizable.
We believe in total transparency. We are clear about how we operate, who our owners are, and the connection between our entities. We have invested decades to gain our reputation as an open and honest broker, and we intend to stay that way.
We are Authorised and Regulated by the Financial Services Commission of Mauritius. Mauritius has a Baa1/Stable Moody’s Investment Rating and operates under common law which makes business easy.
Access multiple asset classes and trade from a single account with our hand-picked online trading platforms or enjoy direct market access to specialists like FCMs.
Welcome to Investors Europe!
As the Founder and Managing Director of the company, I’d like to invite you to trade with a stock broker who holds his clients’ best interests at heart.
When I originally set up Investors Europe in 2001 I had a clear objective in mind; to provide institutions, professionals, and high net worth individuals a safe and secure online gateway to international stock markets via the most advanced and innovative technology available at the time. 20 years on, Investors Europe has become the largest privately held execution-only Stock Broker, and offers more trading platforms than any other broker worldwide.
My background in the diamond mining industry and financial sphere has greatly contributed to how Investors Europe is run today. I am a risk averse and I wanted to conduct my financial business in a way that reflected who I was and am as a person - with integrity, honesty, and trust. To honour these attributes, I put certain protocols in place which reflect my company’s commitment to offer you the highest level of protection possible.
We keep your assets with the largest and regulated financial institutions in the world. We are authorized and regulated by the Financial Services Commission of Mauritius, and we strictly abide by EU/MIFID legislation as our benchmark. To complement the above-mentioned protection scheme we’ve devised, we have voluntarily taken out Global Professional Indemnity and Fraud Insurance with AIG. Clients at Investors Europe are therefore protected from all angles.
Aside from the unrivalled protection and privacy measures we offer, Investors Europe operates strictly as an execution-only broker and does not manage client nor company funds. We have a stringent no-conflict-of-interest policy, and will never trade against you - our primary goal being your success.
Benefit from our years of experience and trade with a driven, success-orientated broker by joining Investors Europe today!
On Friday, U.S. stocks pulled back, marking the end of a challenging week for the market. The Dow Jones Industrial Average saw a decline of 106.58 points, equivalent to a 0.31% drop, ultimately closing at 33,963.84. The S&P 500 also experienced a decrease of 0.23%, settling at 4,320.06. Meanwhile, the Nasdaq Composite registered a slight 0.09% slip, ending the day at 13,211.81.
In Europe, shares concluded the week on a downward trajectory, recording substantial weekly losses. Investors grappled with the possibility of prolonged global interest rate hikes. The pan-European STOXX 600 index declined by 0.3%, reaching its lowest point in over a week. Notably, the construction and materials sector was among the top decliners, falling by 1.0%.
Across Asia-Pacific markets, the outcome was mixed following the Bank of Japan’s decision to maintain its current monetary policy during their latest meeting on Friday. Some markets managed to recover losses earlier in the day. The central bank retained interest rates at -0.1% and imposed a cap on the 10-year Japanese government bond yield at approximately zero.
This week holds significant economic events. We anticipate the release of the latest housing price data in the United States, along with updates on new and pending home sales for the month of August. Additionally, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell is scheduled for a town hall-style discussion with educators on Thursday. On Friday, we will receive the most recent figures for the Personal Consumption Expenditures (PCE) Price Index, which is the Federal Reserve’s preferred gauge for measuring inflation.
Furthermore, this week features earnings reports from several noteworthy companies, including Costco, Micron Technology, Accenture, Nike, CarMax, and Carnival Cruise Line.
Investors Europe (Mauritius) Limited is authorised and regulated by the FSC Mauritius, license C112011088. Registered address: 4th Floor, Les Jamalacs Building, Vieux Conseil Street, Port-Louis 11328, Republic of Mauritius. Registered Number: 113933.
Any information contained on this website is provided to you for informational purposes only and should not be regarded as an offer or solicitation of an offer to buy or sell any investments or related services that may be referenced here. Investing in certain instruments, including stocks, options, futures, foreign currencies, and bonds involve a high level of risk. Trading on margin comes with substantial risk as well. You must be aware of these risks before opening an account to trade. The income you may get from online investing may go down as well as up.